Cambridge/UCLA Course on Clinical Exercise Testing and Interpretation -
A Practical Approach
Throughout the course you will have the opportunity to build upon two different tracks. The first is the fundamentals of Clinical Exercise Testing which gives newcomers to the topic a grounding and starting point upon which to build. The second is the advanced for those with more experience and background into the topic.
We use innovative learning and varied teaching methods including interactive lectures, team based learning, workshops and poster based interaction to allow you to gain the most from your track.
The aim of the course is to improve the participants’ knowledge of the value of exercise testing and interpreting the results in normals, and subjects with suspected pathology.
The widely acclaimed textbook on exercise testing and interpretation co-written by one of the lecturers forms the knowledge base and core text for the course (Cooper and Storer, Exercise Testing and Interpretation)
This acclaimed course is delivered through a mixed approach of plenary sessions, hands on practical’s, small group poster sessions and workshops.
The course will be of interest to all involved in exercise testing as well as specialist registrars in training and consultants in anaesthetics, respiratory medicine, cardiology, sport and exercise medicine and rehabilitation medicine.